Minnesota Special Education Advisory Councils

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What is a SEAC?

A SEAC (pronounced “seek”) is an acronym for Special Education Advisory Council, which is a group that provides input on special education issues to its local school district. Its purpose is to advise and advocate, not to decide policy. Minnesota law requires each school district in the state to have a SEAC although it does not specify how the groups should be organized or what duties they should perform. As a result, each SEAC may have a unique mission and structure. Learn More >>>

How do I find my local SEAC?

Contact your school district’s special education director and ask when and where the group meets next. See a list of special education directors.

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